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About: baton rouge, louisiana

Located along the Mississippi River, it owes its historical importance to its site upon Istrouma Bluff, which protects the city's residents from flooding and other natural disasters. It is the capital and second-largest city of Louisiana, and is a major industrial and petrochemical center of the American South. The Port of Baton Rouge is the ninth largest in the U.S. in terms of tonnage shipped.

Population: 227818
Local Newspapers: The Advocate
Local Sports Teams: LSU (Tigers) Southern University (Jaguars)
Local Colleges: Louisiana State University

Zip Codes associated with baton rouge, louisiana: 70714 70739 70767 70802 70805 70806 70807 70808 70809 70810 70811 70812 70814 70815 70816 70817 70818 70819 70820
Towns/Cities near baton rouge, louisiana : Zachary Brusly Addis Brownfields Old Jefferson Shenandoah St Gabriel Denham Springs Gonzales

Baton Rouge News
Baton Rouge judge sentences man to 12 years in accidental shooting...

A veteran state judge railed against what she called a "culture of young black males" carrying guns as she sentenced a 21-year-old man to 12 years in prison for accidentally shooting and killing a woman while he was in the back seat of a car she was driving in Baton Rouge. District Judge Bonnie Jackson sentenced James Seymore, of Ponchatoula, on Thursday to consecutive terms of five years for negligent homicide and seven years for possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

Baton Rouge night club seriously damaged in Thursday morning fire

A night club on Greenwell Springs Road went up in flames early Thursday morning, according to the Baton Rouge Fire Department. The blaze was reported at the MVP Night Club, at 8537 Greenwell Springs Road, shortly before 1:30 a.m. Thursday.

Caddo to get $912,000 in criminal justice reinvestment funds

When Louisiana released hundreds of inmates early last year, it came with a mandate that 70 percent of the savings be reinvested into programs aimed at supporting victims and keeping the prisoners out of jail. The plan was an effort to save money and cut the state's incarceration rate, which was the highest the country.

Our Views: Back three changes in constitution

Speaker of the House Taylor Barras, R-New Iberia, gavels the House to order as the legislature convenes in special session to fix the budget deficit Monday Feb. 19, 2018, in Baton Rouge, La. That's not as many as in some years, and several involve relatively small matters, but there is a long-standing trend of state legislators putting into the Louisiana Constitution matters that in most states are dealt with in ordinary laws, not requiring statewide elections.

Classroom spotlight for Oct. 18, 2018: Sacred Heart of Jesus School

The eighth-grade class at Sacred Heart of Jesus School in Baton Rouge includes, front row from left, Aubrey Romero, Natalie Feduccia, Leslie Stevens, Christian Francis, Tylen Daniels, Merrel Porche and Luke Broussard. In the second row are Jack McKay, Gabriela JournA©e, Jasmine Doucet, and Kayla Dowden.

Trends come and go, but Screaming Females will always shred

On tour in support of its seventh album, 'All at Once,' Screaming Females plays Saturday at Mid City Ballroom in Baton Rouge. When he was 17 years old, bassist Michael Abbate started jamming with Marissa Paternoster, a guitarist who writes riffs that would make metal gods bow in respect and whose voice alternates between a shaky coo and a rebel yell.

Police identify motorcyclist killed at Siegen Lane and Perkins Road; other driver cited

A Baton Rouge woman was killed after a driver turned and collided with her motorcycle at the intersection of Siegen Lane and Perkins Road on Wednesday morning. She was traveling westbound at the same time that Folakemi Stinson, 27, was driving his car eastbound on Siegen Lane, Lee said in a news release.

Louisiana State Capitol in Baton Rouge, photographed March 18, 2010.

The TOPS scholarship program has been argued for and against in our state Legislature over the past few years, and the answer seems simple to many: Cutting TOPS funding would be detrimental to Louisiana's already declining higher education system. From 2007 to 2015, Louisiana cut higher education spending by $800 million, which ranked as the top state in the nation for cuts to colleges and universities.

State announces recipients of justice 'reinvestment' funds after criminal justice reform saving

Governor John Bel Edwards speaks alongside Sheriff Sid Gautreaux, right, during a press conference where grant money, savings from criminal justice reforms were announced to be reallocated, Wednesday, October 17, 2018, Baton Rouge, La. From left, Governor John Bel Edwards shakes hands with Sheriff Sid Gautreaux, joined by District Attorney Hillar Moore, following a press conference where grant money, savings from criminal justice reforms were announced to be reallocated, Wednesday, October 17, 2018, Baton Rouge, La.

Survivors of Suicide group to meet in Baton Rouge

Sherrard Crespo, a licensed master social worker, will facilitate a Survivors of Suicide group for people who have lost a loved one to suicide from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursdays, beginning Nov. 1, at the Grief Recovery Center of Baton Rouge, 7939 Jamestown Ave., Suite 101. The group is sponsored by VIA LINK Inc. and the Grief Recovery Center of Baton Rouge.

Tours of Hays Town homes in Baton Rouge set for Oct. 21

Large gallery porches with deep overhangs and columns, exterior French doors with operable shutters, and rocking chairs are frequent features of A. Hayes Town homes, such as this one on the Baton Rouge tour Oct. 21. Brick courtyard fountains are frequent features of A. Hayes Town homes, such as this one on the Baton Rouge tour Oct. 21. Massive French olive jars are often featured in A. Hayes Town homes, such as this one on the Baton Rouge tour Oct. 21. Large gallery porches with deep overhangs and columns, exterior French doors with operable shutters, and rocking chairs are frequent features of A. Hayes Town homes, such as this one on the Baton Rouge tour Oct. 21. Brick courtyard fountains are frequent features of A. Hayes Town homes, such as this one on the Baton Rouge tour Oct. 21. Massive French olive jars are often featured in A. Hayes Town homes, such as this one on the Baton Rouge ... (more)

Episcopal School of Baton Rouge honors top middle school English students

Penniman scholarships recognizing outstanding middle school English students at Episcopal School of Baton Rouge have been awarded to Elliot Breidenbach, Class of 2024; Justin Dynes, Class of 2022; and Suzie Heneghan, Class of 2023. The honorees and their parents were treated to lunch in the Episcopal head of school's office on Sept.

AccuTemp buys North Baton Rouge office-warehouse for $1.15M

AccuTemp , a local air conditioning and heating service company, has purchased an office-warehouse on North Harco Drive for $1.15 million and plans to move its operations there. According to documents filed Monday with the East Baton Rouge Clerk of Court's office, The Harbor LLC, a company made up of AccuTemp owner Joshua Davis and his wife, Ariel, bought the space at 2027 North Harco.

Attorneys withdraw from case of woman accused in fatal poisoning of boyfriend in Baton Rouge

The attorneys for a woman accused of fatally poisoning her live-in boyfriend in Baton Rouge in 2015 withdrew from her case Wednesday. George Grace Jr. and Stephen Sterling informed state District Judge Richard Anderson they will no longer represent Meshell Hale now that the 50-year-old woman is charged with first-degree murder, which carries a possible death sentence.

Baton Rouge man pleads guilty in bizarre death of wife in 2016

Kalvin Hawkins and Shadelle Hawkins, 49, were arguing outside their Rosenwald Road home on July 30, 2016, when she climbed into the driver's seat of his pickup. He pulled her out of the truck and began to drive away, police have said.

Redevelopment of Chase South Tower will add up to 150 apartments to downtown Baton Rouge

The Chase South Tower, right, in downtown Baton Rouge is being redeveloped into a mixed-use office, retail and residential property, with the top 10 floors being converted into up to 150 luxury apartments, by developer Mike Wampold. He acquired the south tower in February and already owned the adjoining Chase North Tower.

Eagle project helps Dog Adoption House fetch donations

George Hendrick and Baton Rouge Woodworkers Club member Jeff Springer go over final design plans for the donation box Hendrick built for the Dog Adoption House as his Eagle Scout project. Boy Scout George Hendrick and Paula Schoen, executive director at the Dog Adoption House, show off the donation box Hendrick built for his Eagle Scout project.

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